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7 November 2018, 6 pm: ‘Photographing Tutankhamun: How the camera helped create “King Tut”‘, public lecture hosted by the Semitic Museum, Harvard University, at the Geological Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA. Free and open to the public.
7 October 2017: I will be speaking at a study day in London called ‘Howard Carter and his Circle’ – organized by the Egypt Exploration Society. Click here for the full programme and registration details (tickets from £19).
1 November 2017, 5 pm: ‘Photographing Tutankhamun: Photo-objects and the Archival Afterlives of Colonial Archaeology’, research seminar at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich. Free, including a glass of wine. Part of the World Art Research Seminar series at my department, Art History and World Art Studies, University of East Anglia.
2 December 2017, 7 pm: ‘From Lincolnshire to Luxor: Harry Burton, the Camera, and King Tut’, evening lecture – with wine reception! – at The Collection, Lincoln. For further information and to book (tickets £8), follow this link to their website.
8 October 2018, Brunei Gallery, SOAS, 6 pm: ‘The statue that looked like a sheikh: Towards a critical historiography of ancient Egyptian art’, a seminar on some (very) new research based on the history of photography, for the London Centre for the Ancient Near East.